It was a little more stressful than you’d like for a series with the basement-dwelling Pirates, but the Blue Jays came into Pittsburgh and pulled off a sweep.
After an up-and-down month of August (well, months of April, May, June, July, and August, really), the Blue Jays are into September clinging to a playoff spot.
Remember when September call-ups used to be a thing?
The calendar has flipped from August to September. The dog days of summer are over and we’re now into the final stretch of the season.
It wasn’t pretty, but it counts.
BJN Radio – Ep. 106: A lifeless effort against the Angels, Marcus Stroman’s return to Toronto, and more!
After winning six of seven on the road against the Yankees and Red Sox, the Blue Jays came home and got dominated in a three-game sweep by the Angels. That’s not what you like to see!
The good times keep rolling!
Tim Mayza is back from his stint on the Injured List and Zach Pop will be going down to Triple-A Buffalo to make room for him on the 26-man roster.
The New York Yankees had a 15.5 game lead in the American League East back in early July and that lead has slipped down to eight games after the Blue Jays took three of four last weekend in The Bronx.
The Bradley Zimmer era is over in Toronto.
The vibes were very bad and suddenly they’re good again. That’s baseball, baby!
Though Yusei Kikuchi wouldn’t have been scheduled to start until the weekend, it seems we’ve been given a clue about what the Blue Jays’ plans are for the struggling lefty.